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Twisting properties

Twisting properties in general terms are associated with the properties of samples that identify with statistics that are suitable for exchange.

Algorithmic inference

Algorithmic inference gathers new developments in the statistical inference methods made feasible by the powerful computing devices widely available to any data analyst. Cornerstones in this field are

Complexity index

In modern computer science and statistics, the complexity index of a function denotes the level of informational content, which in turn affects the difficulty of learning the function from examples. T

Bootstrapping populations

Bootstrapping populations in statistics and mathematics starts with a sample observed from a random variable. When X has a given distribution law with a set of non fixed parameters, we denote with a v

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